Posts Tagged ‘ ISO 14001 ’

ISO 14001 Implementation Guide

May 2nd, 2017 | By
ISO 14001 Implementation Guide

In September 2015, ISO 14001, the international standard for environmental management systems (EMS), was revised. The new standard requires EMS to be more strategic and outward looking, delivering greater value to organizations that implement the standard. The International Aerospace Environmental Group (IAEG) and Ramboll Environ have developed a transition guidance document to help aerospace organizations
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ISO 14001: The Dreaded Revision Process Has Started!

Mar 4th, 2013 | By
ISO 14001: The Dreaded Revision Process Has Started!

  The ISO 14001 Environmental Management Systems standard has been adopted by more than 250,000 organizations globally since it was originally issued in 1996 and then revised in 2004.  General perception amongst adopters has been that it is a well written standard with enough flexibility to apply to any organization.  In fact, ISO reviewed the
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Tips for Tracking EHS Legislation

Sep 17th, 2011 | By
Tips for Tracking EHS Legislation

Tracking environmental, health and safety (EHS) legislation as part of a company’s management system is hugely time-consuming because law-making powers for EHS are shared between federal and state or provincial governments. What’s more, governments in each jurisdiction want to build their respective EHS regulatory frameworks in a way that suits their specific industrial profile. Inevitably, this
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